When we come across people talking about social justice, how do we know that they are not faking it, or that they're not just expressing their opinions randomly? Is there a first principle to guide us through all the soundbites that surround us? Yes, there is.
What is social justice? Is it fair that bankers who contributed to the financial crisis are rewarded with huge bonuses? Is it just that big pharmaceutical companies sell expensive but essential drugs to poor countries because they have invested in their research to produce the medicine? Should a government tax the wealthy heavily to distribute the income fairly?
Dr Teerakiat Jareonsettasin. PATIPAT JANTHONG
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